About Us

We raise funds to support cancer research projects in Wales.
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Fundraising

Here are some of the ways YOU can help raise funds.
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Legacies

Your legacy could pay for research that saves peoples' lives.
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Volunteer

We need volunteers to help run our fundraising events.
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Our Research

Our pioneering research is entirely funded by our supporters.
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JustGiving

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On Flickr

Check out pictures from our latest fundraising events.
On Flickr
Pink-a-Blue Walk 2015
Welsh Three Peaks Challenge 2015
Sahara Trek 2015
Cancer Research Wales Boutqiue. Queens Arcade, Cardiff
St David's Day Run 2015
Queen's Arcade Launch Night

From Our Blog

  • 01 Sep 2015
    Moving Radiotherapy Research into the Clinic

    A previously funded Cancer Research Wales PhD student, Dr Beatrice Berthon, has just received a very prestigious award from the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) for her work in the field. . . . .

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  • 24 Jul 2015
    When East meets West – the China-UK Cancer Conference 2015

    Amisha Bhudia, who has joined Cancer Research Wales this summer as part of her MSc in Science Communication, writes about the CUKC, an exciting cancer conference that has recently taken place here in Cardiff.. . . . .

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  • 09 Jul 2015
    Cancer Exosomes Stepping Out of the Shadows

    Today’s blog is written by Amisha Bhudia, who has recently joined the team at Cancer Research Wales on a summer internship. Amisha is a graduate in Biomedical Sciences and is currently completing an MSc. . . . .

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  • 09 Jul 2015
    Cancer Exosomes Stepping Out of the Shadows

    Today’s blog post was written by Amisha Bhudia, who has recently joined the team at Cancer Research Wales on a summer internship. Amisha is a graduate in Biomedical Sciences and is currently completing an. . . . .

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